Hello there, thanks for asking~.. I hope you find this post helpful~ :)
because this was tough! there are millions of examples out there,
and not enough time to sort them all..
(for more - a lot of my "favorite" looks are in my archives from last winter's posts)
I think it is difficult to balance style and warmth, especially with comfort.
I confess, I purchased two pairs of new uggs last winter.. nyc is freeezinggg!!
starting an entire new winter wardrobe can get expensive.
I suggest investing in just one or two of the following,
and it can instantly update your existing wardrobe:
fur jacket - the longer, the warmer, and forget grandma's brown mink~
it's amazing all the different techniques and colors they have out there.
the fur vest - wear it under for warmth, or over for added softness.
peta friendly?? try a coat with an interesting silhouette
leather jacket - unlike fall, wear the winter friendly one loose - to fit warm layers.
the cropped jacket makes the look less frumpy.
tip: sunnies protect your eyes from snow glare, with a touch of automatic cool.
killer (warm) boots - usually your shoes are the number one priority in your outfit.
it can make or break your look.
tip: boots chop your legs - so pair them with a shorter coat to elongate them.
accessorize with jewelry outside to vamp up your more staple pieces
hats are practical, and the right one can be a major fashion statement.
a good belt swings your look sweet, or powerful, and it is definitely useful.
you don't want your waist to get lost in all the layers!
a set of sexy gloves don't hurt either~
hey, why not pair a printed scarf with a fur scarf.
double the fun + double the warmth
parkas keep your head warm,
but don't forget, your pants will still show quite a bit.
forget the "go-to black pair of leggings" from time to time.
if it's on you, it's an accessory. yes, even your umbrella. details details~
tip: carry bags that are proportional to your outfit.